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|All-American Soap Box Derby, The (1936) - Handy (Jam) Organization|
Tribute to the American boy as inventor, engineer and sportsman. Shows contestants building their vehicles and the final competition at Derby Downs in Akron, Ohio.
Keywords: Car culture: Children; Gender roles; Automobiles: Advertising
Downloads: 16,689 (5 reviews)
|Drive Your Bicycle - Sullivan Company|
Slow-moving bicycle safety film shot in Glendale and Burbank, California by a family-owned film production company. Encourages boys and girls to "drive their bicycles" and prepare for becoming automobile drivers by learning to practice the "rules of the road." Good views of the mid-1950s suburban Southern California landscape.
Keywords: Bicycles; Bicycles: Safety; Car culture: Children
Downloads: 6,569 (3 reviews)
|Tomorrow's Drivers - Handy (Jam) Organization|
Socialization through driver education begins at a tender age in Phoenix.
Keywords: Car culture: Children; Automobiles: Advertising; Phoenix, Arizona
Downloads: 21,059 (8 reviews)
|All-American Soap Box Derby (1936) - Handy (Jam) Organization|
Official film of early Soap Box Derby competition in Akron, Ohio; tribute to ingenuity of the American Boy.
Keywords: Car culture: Children; Soap Box Derby; Gender roles
Downloads: 20,547 (5 reviews)